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1 thought on “Greenland’s Petermann Glacier Advancing Ten Feet Per Day (Satellite Images Reveal The Truth)”
I have recently contemplated about that.
More ice in Greenland means more water aloft, it has got nothing to do with temperatures in Greenland. (On top of Greenland the temperature is mostly freezing regardless of warming or cooling…?)
Actually, this year SST (Sea Surface Temperature) according to NOAA is still quite above average of 1981-2017, not that much like 1998 or 2015, but still noticeably.